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CIAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, February 28, 1985, Page 5b Y Jt , J MR. AND MRS. BRAD LEGG Wien Feb. 2 daughter [ossharger of Brad Eugene Legg, Mrs. June Legg of exchanged wedding I: Feb. 2 at St. Mary's Church in Wien. ;larence Wiederholt ring ceremony Steffes. played the bride walked bride and groom the Blessed Virgin played "On This Day sister of the maid of honor. Cathy of the groom, and aunt, served as wore matching dresses trimmed bouquets of light and Jessica Legg. served as flower matching dresses to escorted down the She wore a white chantilly lace with with sheer yoke motifs and Leg-o-mutton lace came to a The full skirt ruffle at hemline of cbantilly ruffles. embroider, with sequin held the veil which was carried a bouquet of tipped in blue with blue baby's breath, le streamers. Billy Joe Stallo. Fred Stallo, cousin Patrick Mossbarger, carried white covered with of Normal, III., the served as best man. nephew, and the bride's broth- Jim Stallo, Kenny Boss, the Nelson, the and Greg Burstert the Ceremony in next to the cake was Rodgers. Laura s aunt, and Nancy sister, served the arol Stallo, served the punch. Blue and white mints were made by Mrs. Mildred Jones. Joyce and JoDee Stallo. the bride's cousins, were seated at the guest book, Shirley Stallo, the bride's aunt, was in charge of pinning on corsages and boutonniers. The bride graduated from Macon Co. R-IV High School. New Cambria. and Opera workshop presented at Canton R-V The Culver-Stockton College Opera Workshop took its recent production of Mozart's "Bastien and Bastienne" to Canton R-V school Feb. 21. The short comic opera, which Mozart wrote for a garden party when he was 12 years old, was presented to the fourth, fifth and sixth grade classes in the school's old gym. Singing the three roles were Wendy Bogen. Phillip Zezulak and Lee Whittaker. Lee Ann Smith was accompanist. Two theatre department faculty members, Michael Kramme and Debra Gnaedinger. helped with set and costume design, Opera workshop productions are directed by Dr. Carol Fisher Mathieson. associate professor of music at C-S. Violet Thompson honored by Rebekah Lodge On Feb. 18, Esther Rebekah Lodge No. 8 honored sister Violet Thompson, who was initiated into the Canton lodge on Dec. 17, 1934, with Noble Grand Blanche Stow presiding at the time. Sister Thompson has served in all but one of the 16 offices of the lodge, and is now the treasurer. She is a past district deputy president and was color bearer for the Rebekah Assembly of Missouri. Jane Shanks presented Sister Thompson to NG Catherine Jeffries. lodge members and guests. the jewel to Sister Thompson. The honoree thanked the lodge officers and members, and told how much the lodge and her lodge friends had meant to her during the years. Miss Dasbach read a poem "Brother- hood." Refreshments of dessert, nuts, mints, lemonade and coffee were served at tables decorated in keeping is employed at the Bank of New with the 50th anniversary theme, and a Cambria. pleasant time, of fellowship was The groom graduated from Canton enjoyed by eyeD'one. R-V High School and is employed at Hosiesses for the evening were the Little Swiss Simmental Farm. Catherine Jeffries and Frances Btick- The couple now resides on Route 36 han. west of New Cambria. MR. AND MRS. RONAI.I) NEFF Catherine Jeffries, Lucille Stephen- son, Carolyn Dashach, Alta Eistertz Griggs Neff wed in LaGrange and Frances Blickhan presented a short program "Fifty Years Have Passed", and Jane Shanks presented The First Baptist Church in" LaGrange was the setting at 5 p.m. Feb. 2 for the candlelight wedding of Miss Diana Lee Griggs and Ronald Richard Neff. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Griggs of LaGrange and Ir. Neff is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neff of Canton. The Rev. Randy Mullinax conducted the ceremony. Piano music was provided by Dorothy Gillispie. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Darla Raleigh attended as maid of honor and Brad Ellison served as best man. The reception was held in the church basement following the ceremony. The bride is a 1984 graduate of Pamela Frevert organ recital Small ensemble to be held Su00!clay at C-S concert to be PAMELA FREVERT A 1981 graduate of Fulton High School, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frevert, 605 Kleewood Dr., Fulton, Mo. presented Mar. 6 Chamber music, madrigals, punch and cookies all will be offered in an informal atmosphere Wednesday, March 6, when the Culver-Stockton College Fine Arts Division presents a small ensemble concert. The program, at 8 p.m. in Menders Lounge of the student center on camp=s, will include the Woodwind ,Quartet, a brass quintet, and the C-SC Chamber Choir "This type of concert has been well received in the past," said Dr. Robert Jones, C-S professor of music. "We Want to present the music in the kind of setting for which it was written -- a serenade-type atmosphere." Jones is director of the woodwind ensembles. with John Gerber, Fine Arts Division chairman, directing the brass groups. D. Larry McSpadden, associate profes- sor of music, conducts the Chamber Choir, a small group selected from the Concert Choir. There is no admission charge for the program, and the public is invited to attend. Highland High School, Ewing, and is employed by Coil Manufacturing in Canton. The bridegroom is a 1981 graduate of Canton High School and is employed by Janney Construction of Canton. The couple is making their home in Ca nton. Pamela Frevert, a senior at Culver-Stockton College, will present an organ recital Sunday, March 3, in Wood Hall on campus. The 3 p.m. recital will include music by Jean Adam Guilain, Johannes Brahms. Johann Pachelbel, J. S. Bach, Jean Langlais and Hermann Schroeder. Frevert, who is a business and economics major, studies organ with C-S organ instructor Rhonda Basinger. In addition to her other activities, Frevert is a member of the campus Student Organist Guild, which As sponsored by the American Guild of Organist, and she has served as a substitute organist in Canton and Quincy. Ill., churches. Also she is a member of the C-S Concert Choir, which will make its 38th annual Spring Tour in March in the greater Chicago and St. louis areas. News of Clubs Afternoon Circle The Afternoon Circle of Immanuel United Methodist Church, Canton, met in the educational building at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 20 with 17 members and two guests present. After a short business meeting the program, "Focus on Family Life" was effectively presented by Kay Dodd, assisted by Elizabeth McCutchan, Alta Eistertz, Lucille Gorrell and Isabelle Marks. During the social hour refreshments of assorted homemade cookies, nuts. candy, coffee and tea were served by the hostesses, Ethel Lasswel] and Isabelle Marks. & SOUAU nANCB umnLn l00lill I, 9 lit rr anK lttn Michele Crider recital March 7 at C-SC Michele Crider will present a recital at Culver-Stockton College Thursday, March 7, at 8 p.m in Alexander Campbell Auditorium. The soprano will sing several operatic arias, some Brahms lieder and a spiritual. She is p:esenting the recital in preparation fo' auditions in European opera houses in March. Crider is a 1984 graduate of C-S and was a vocal student of Dr. Carol Mathieson, associate professor of music. She has studied further at the Mozarteum in Salsburg, Austria, with Rudolph Knoll. There is no admission charge for the Thursday evening recital, and the public is invited. CLUB NEWS CWF Group 2 Mrs. Irene Sawdy was hostess to Group 2 CWF Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 20, with 14 present. President Mary Hazel Powell opened the meeting by reading from Ephesians followed by the CWF Prayer. The women of the church will be holding their annual spring supper on Friday evening, March 22. Tickets may be .purchased from several CWF members. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. The program, "Prayer is the way of life", was given by Mrs. Sawdy. The Lord's Prayer was discussed, with each one expressing their views on different parts of the prayer. She then gave each one a different verse of scripture to read and discuss, and closed with a poem she had written. Mrs. Joe Cooper lead the worship using a litany, followed by prayer. The meeting closed with the CWF benedic- tion. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Mrs. Alvin Jacobs will be hostess to the group March 20. ALL Fall & Winter Merchandise at least 500/00"  WE'VE ADDED MORE TO OUR $5 & $I0 ONE RACK OF BLOUSES ONLY $9.50 ff,o VALUES Canton nue tess Shop DETERS MILK i Freshness.. ice Cream Cake Roll $1.19 Butterscotch Marble Ice Cream JEL il ,dL IL , $1..99 3/,.79 King Size Sandwich Bread 59 2/s,.09 Bowl of Chili and a Sandwich of Your Choice re Not $1.69 27 - MARCH Lion To Oleo Large Hot BREAKFAST Quarter YOU "-- Quarters Butterscotch SPECIAL Pound WE ARE STOCKED TO A, Sundae I egg, bacon Cheese- TAKE CARE OF YOUR L,)  toast burger SPRING SNIFFLES AND 149 $ll9 s _ s " $1 . SPRAYS, CAPSULES, * 2/$2.29 LOZENGESDROPS. wEANDHAvE "''AJ(SC)''" :,. "'S/alL?E "'"=''i THE-GOOD STUFF TO TAKE on the purchase of one m on the urchase of one m CARE OF YOUR BAD gallon Frozen Frmt PunchJ 8 oz. Sour Cream or D,p.m STUFF. - , " I P , I I I VAUD FEll. 27 - MARCH $ I VALID FEll. 27 - MARCH $ I ..............,............... DETERS hAIRY THE Pharmacy for Lewis County $00 SOUTH 4TH STREET, CANTON Canton . GENE SYKES, PHARM. Phone 2H-$II2 PHARMACY O1. OSED ON IAmDAV AFTlilNOONS , ALSO IN PALMYRA & HANNIBAL CIAL ITEMS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, February 28, 1985, Page 5b Y Jt , J MR. AND MRS. BRAD LEGG Wien Feb. 2 daughter [ossharger of Brad Eugene Legg, Mrs. June Legg of exchanged wedding I: Feb. 2 at St. Mary's Church in Wien. ;larence Wiederholt ring ceremony Steffes. played the bride walked bride and groom the Blessed Virgin played "On This Day sister of the maid of honor. Cathy of the groom, and aunt, served as wore matching dresses trimmed bouquets of light and Jessica Legg. served as flower matching dresses to escorted down the She wore a white chantilly lace with with sheer yoke motifs and Leg-o-mutton lace came to a The full skirt ruffle at hemline of cbantilly ruffles. embroider, with sequin held the veil which was carried a bouquet of tipped in blue with blue baby's breath, le streamers. Billy Joe Stallo. Fred Stallo, cousin Patrick Mossbarger, carried white covered with of Normal, III., the served as best man. nephew, and the bride's broth- Jim Stallo, Kenny Boss, the Nelson, the and Greg Burstert the Ceremony in next to the cake was Rodgers. Laura s aunt, and Nancy sister, served the arol Stallo, served the punch. Blue and white mints were made by Mrs. Mildred Jones. Joyce and JoDee Stallo. the bride's cousins, were seated at the guest book, Shirley Stallo, the bride's aunt, was in charge of pinning on corsages and boutonniers. The bride graduated from Macon Co. R-IV High School. New Cambria. and Opera workshop presented at Canton R-V The Culver-Stockton College Opera Workshop took its recent production of Mozart's "Bastien and Bastienne" to Canton R-V school Feb. 21. The short comic opera, which Mozart wrote for a garden party when he was 12 years old, was presented to the fourth, fifth and sixth grade classes in the school's old gym. Singing the three roles were Wendy Bogen. Phillip Zezulak and Lee Whittaker. Lee Ann Smith was accompanist. Two theatre department faculty members, Michael Kramme and Debra Gnaedinger. helped with set and costume design, Opera workshop productions are directed by Dr. Carol Fisher Mathieson. associate professor of music at C-S. Violet Thompson honored by Rebekah Lodge On Feb. 18, Esther Rebekah Lodge No. 8 honored sister Violet Thompson, who was initiated into the Canton lodge on Dec. 17, 1934, with Noble Grand Blanche Stow presiding at the time. Sister Thompson has served in all but one of the 16 offices of the lodge, and is now the treasurer. She is a past district deputy president and was color bearer for the Rebekah Assembly of Missouri. Jane Shanks presented Sister Thompson to NG Catherine Jeffries. lodge members and guests. the jewel to Sister Thompson. The honoree thanked the lodge officers and members, and told how much the lodge and her lodge friends had meant to her during the years. Miss Dasbach read a poem "Brother- hood." Refreshments of dessert, nuts, mints, lemonade and coffee were served at tables decorated in keeping is employed at the Bank of New with the 50th anniversary theme, and a Cambria. pleasant time, of fellowship was The groom graduated from Canton enjoyed by eyeD'one. R-V High School and is employed at Hosiesses for the evening were the Little Swiss Simmental Farm. Catherine Jeffries and Frances Btick- The couple now resides on Route 36 han. west of New Cambria. MR. AND MRS. RONAI.I) NEFF Catherine Jeffries, Lucille Stephen- son, Carolyn Dashach, Alta Eistertz Griggs Neff wed in LaGrange and Frances Blickhan presented a short program "Fifty Years Have Passed", and Jane Shanks presented The First Baptist Church in" LaGrange was the setting at 5 p.m. Feb. 2 for the candlelight wedding of Miss Diana Lee Griggs and Ronald Richard Neff. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Griggs of LaGrange and Ir. Neff is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neff of Canton. The Rev. Randy Mullinax conducted the ceremony. Piano music was provided by Dorothy Gillispie. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Darla Raleigh attended as maid of honor and Brad Ellison served as best man. The reception was held in the church basement following the ceremony. The bride is a 1984 graduate of Pamela Frevert organ recital Small ensemble to be held Su00!clay at C-S concert to be PAMELA FREVERT A 1981 graduate of Fulton High School, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frevert, 605 Kleewood Dr., Fulton, Mo. presented Mar. 6 Chamber music, madrigals, punch and cookies all will be offered in an informal atmosphere Wednesday, March 6, when the Culver-Stockton College Fine Arts Division presents a small ensemble concert. The program, at 8 p.m. in Menders Lounge of the student center on camp=s, will include the Woodwind ,Quartet, a brass quintet, and the C-SC Chamber Choir "This type of concert has been well received in the past," said Dr. Robert Jones, C-S professor of music. "We Want to present the music in the kind of setting for which it was written -- a serenade-type atmosphere." Jones is director of the woodwind ensembles. with John Gerber, Fine Arts Division chairman, directing the brass groups. D. Larry McSpadden, associate profes- sor of music, conducts the Chamber Choir, a small group selected from the Concert Choir. There is no admission charge for the program, and the public is invited to attend. Highland High School, Ewing, and is employed by Coil Manufacturing in Canton. The bridegroom is a 1981 graduate of Canton High School and is employed by Janney Construction of Canton. The couple is making their home in Ca nton. Pamela Frevert, a senior at Culver-Stockton College, will present an organ recital Sunday, March 3, in Wood Hall on campus. The 3 p.m. recital will include music by Jean Adam Guilain, Johannes Brahms. Johann Pachelbel, J. S. Bach, Jean Langlais and Hermann Schroeder. Frevert, who is a business and economics major, studies organ with C-S organ instructor Rhonda Basinger. In addition to her other activities, Frevert is a member of the campus Student Organist Guild, which As sponsored by the American Guild of Organist, and she has served as a substitute organist in Canton and Quincy. Ill., churches. Also she is a member of the C-S Concert Choir, which will make its 38th annual Spring Tour in March in the greater Chicago and St. louis areas. News of Clubs Afternoon Circle The Afternoon Circle of Immanuel United Methodist Church, Canton, met in the educational building at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 20 with 17 members and two guests present. After a short business meeting the program, "Focus on Family Life" was effectively presented by Kay Dodd, assisted by Elizabeth McCutchan, Alta Eistertz, Lucille Gorrell and Isabelle Marks. During the social hour refreshments of assorted homemade cookies, nuts. candy, coffee and tea were served by the hostesses, Ethel Lasswel] and Isabelle Marks. & SOUAU nANCB umnLn l00lill I, 9 lit rr anK lttn Michele Crider recital March 7 at C-SC Michele Crider will present a recital at Culver-Stockton College Thursday, March 7, at 8 p.m in Alexander Campbell Auditorium. The soprano will sing several operatic arias, some Brahms lieder and a spiritual. She is p:esenting the recital in preparation fo' auditions in European opera houses in March. Crider is a 1984 graduate of C-S and was a vocal student of Dr. Carol Mathieson, associate professor of music. She has studied further at the Mozarteum in Salsburg, Austria, with Rudolph Knoll. There is no admission charge for the Thursday evening recital, and the public is invited. CLUB NEWS CWF Group 2 Mrs. Irene Sawdy was hostess to Group 2 CWF Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 20, with 14 present. President Mary Hazel Powell opened the meeting by reading from Ephesians followed by the CWF Prayer. The women of the church will be holding their annual spring supper on Friday evening, March 22. Tickets may be .purchased from several CWF members. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. The program, "Prayer is the way of life", was given by Mrs. Sawdy. The Lord's Prayer was discussed, with each one expressing their views on different parts of the prayer. She then gave each one a different verse of scripture to read and discuss, and closed with a poem she had written. Mrs. Joe Cooper lead the worship using a litany, followed by prayer. The meeting closed with the CWF benedic- tion. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Mrs. Alvin Jacobs will be hostess to the group March 20. ALL Fall & Winter Merchandise at least 500/00"  WE'VE ADDED MORE TO OUR $5 & $I0 ONE RACK OF BLOUSES ONLY $9.50 ff,o VALUES Canton nue tess Shop DETERS MILK i Freshness.. ice Cream Cake Roll $1.19 Butterscotch Marble Ice Cream JEL il ,dL IL , $1..99 3/,.79 King Size Sandwich Bread 59 2/s,.09 Bowl of Chili and a Sandwich of Your Choice re Not $1.69 27 - MARCH Lion To Oleo Large Hot BREAKFAST Quarter YOU "-- Quarters Butterscotch SPECIAL Pound WE ARE STOCKED TO A, Sundae I egg, bacon Cheese- TAKE CARE OF YOUR L,)  toast burger SPRING SNIFFLES AND 149 $ll9 s _ s " $1 . SPRAYS, CAPSULES, * 2/$2.29 LOZENGESDROPS. wEANDHAvE "''AJ(SC)''" :,. "'S/alL?E "'"=''i THE-GOOD STUFF TO TAKE on the purchase of one m on the urchase of one m CARE OF YOUR BAD gallon Frozen Frmt PunchJ 8 oz. Sour Cream or D,p.m STUFF. - , " I P , I I I VAUD FEll. 27 - MARCH $ I VALID FEll. 27 - MARCH $ I ..............,............... DETERS hAIRY THE Pharmacy for Lewis County $00 SOUTH 4TH STREET, CANTON Canton . GENE SYKES, PHARM. Phone 2811-$II2 PHARMACY O1. OSED ON IAmDAV AFTlilNOONS , ALSO IN PALMYRA & HANNIBAL